Piedmont offers plenty of activities for a great holiday: rolling hills covered with rows of vineyards, cypresses, stippling coloured brush strokes perfectly sympathetic with medieval and baroque buildings, The region also boasts a remarkable choice of cultural events ranging from classical music concerts to jazz-festivals and local festivities, often held in the enchanting setting of castles and fortresses.
Lasagne alla Bolognese is one of the most popular dishes of Emila-Romagna. It has a long history and once you eat it you’ll remember it!
Tuscany for all your events: The locations, the landscapes and the setting are certainly worthing and will leave you breathless.
Emilia Romagna, food and joy is a mix of beauty for the eyes, earthy colors, aromas and the fresh sea air. It is our Emilia Romagna, food and joy itinerary! Not to mention that is also a hotbed for music (names such as Antelami, Correggio, Parmigianino, Verdi and Toscanini made their mark here), cinema and art. Longest beach in Europe, lots of sports to enjoy and leisure facilities , makes of this region a emphasizing relaxation, fun, nature, history and art land.
Focaccia di Recco: how to prepare it!
Tuscany, land of the Renaissance: an extraordinary itinerary to discover Florence, Pisa, Lucca, Siena, San Gemignano. Get yourself lost on these ancient streets, palaces, squares or walking the vineyards on the green rolling hills …we shall find the way to make your journey a timeless trip to remember.
Garda Lake, the most Mediterranean of the Alpine Italian lakes, is located in between the provinces of Verona, Brescia and Trento. The lake’s shore is studded of villages, small towns, Roman settlements, medieval fortresses, imposing buildings and noble villas. With its Romanesque parish churches, its Baroque-style churches and its sanctuaries, with its monasteries and hermitages, lake Garda is also an incomparable spiritual place.
Stresa, Borromean Islands and Mottarone. The Borromean Islands are a group of three small islands and two islets in the Italian part of Lago Maggiore, located in the western arm of the lake, between Verbania to the north and Stresa to the south. Their name derives from the Borromeo family, which started acquiring them in the early 16th century (Isola Madre) and still owns the majority of them (Isola Madre, Bella, San Giovanni) today.Stresa, Borromean Islands and Mottarone.
Charming Venice & Verona: a tour to discover some of the most charming cities of northern Italy on this 6-day tour: spend time in Venice, visit the three Lagoon islands (Murano, Burano, Torcello), explore Verona (the city that inspired Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’) and then Valpolicella, land of the famous wine Amarone.